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I think we have all seen many a RV going down the road with a scooter,dirt bike or small motorcycle strapped to the back.Going down to Harbor Frt. today we stopped atthe flea market and i saw this, and had to share it.This is the ultimate bike lift !!!

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LMAO - Gotta love it. . .
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I'd rather ride the wing and tow the camper.:ROFL:
 

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Can't believe he didn't paint it to match the new GW... :ROFL:
 

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Man that bikemust get dirty in bad weather.
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I saw one of those at a motor-home show that had a ramp and garage. You just drive the bike inside. I don't recall it having any way to hold the bike in place. ???
 

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kt0937 , i gree with you or maybe talk spouse into driving bus and i ride wing.
 

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Cool pics.
 

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I have driven alongside that same setup (glaring with envy and trying to workout a way to highjack the bike, I might add!). If I had the money I would do that in a heartbeat! What a blast to travel the country in comfort seeking out the best campsites near the prettiest drives. Man, I'm jealous!
 

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I agree with wingsam41, would be great to retire with a RV as a home, tow an enclosed trailer with the wing in it. The trailer serves two-fold. First allows the bike to stay out of the weather and second, makes a small garage to perform maintaince and repairs on the bike. Just think, winter can be spent in the south, while summer can be spent anywhere you choose. Rides? anywhere your desires.
 

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Cool setup indeed! That spells retirement all over, thanks for sharing and allowing us to dream while we wait for the snow to melt!!!
 

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wayyyyyyyyyyyyy too much money hec needs to share it lol
 

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May 01/2014-retirement day - motorhome with trailer & trike in it. Can't wait.
 

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personally the only thing i see wrong it is that it doesn;t have my sei and 87 aspy hung on it,just mho
 

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I serve as Moderator on a large RV forum and that Itasca diesel pusher is in the $150K range for a used unit in the 2007 era - probably near $200K new... I have seen the big bike lifts before and believe they are in the $10K area - give or take... The owner definitely has a decent retirement income!!!

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I think that one is made by HydraLift
 

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The extension with the Blue Ox cover is the tow bar setup for his "toad" vehicle. This guy has it all! Motorhome with a Wing hung on the back and pulling a vehicle for the more mundane running about. Talk about retirement ENVY!
 
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